Les Bois Film Festival 2017 Recap
This past weekend Wild Lens hosted the 2nd annual Les Bois Film Festival alongside the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley. We expanded the event significantly from last year’s inaugural festival, hosting three separate screening events as well as a conservation themed art exhibit presented by Swell Artist Collective and the Endangered Species Print Project.
This year’s festival also included a special free screening of our latest documentary film, Souls of the Vermilion Sea, about the struggle to save the vaquita from extinction. The screening was followed by a discussion panel was moderated by Tom Michael from Boise State Public Radio and featured us filmmakers as well as representatives from two local non-profits – the Aquarium of Boise, and the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley.
We’re already looking forward to next year’s festival – but in the meantime enjoy these highlights from this past weekend’s festivities (all photos were taken by Steve Cornwell – thanks Steve!):
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